What is a Laboratory Chiller?
Laboratory chiller, like other chillers, is a device used to cool and lower the temperature in scientific, research and academic applications. In this category of chillers, the specifications and features intended for the chiller are such that they can be used only in applications with low heat loss.
A laboratory chiller is a device that removes heat from a liquid using a vapor cooling or compression cycle. This liquid can then be circulated through a heat exchanger or equipment needed to cool the air. As a necessary by-product, the cooling operation generates wasted heat that must be released into the environment, or recovered for heating purposes for greater efficiency. Things to consider when choosing chillers include performance, efficiency, care and the impact of the environment on the product life cycle .
Application of laboratory chillers
A laboratory chiller is used when a product or device needs cooling to function . The device for scientific, research, medical and pharmaceutical, industries, hospitals, universities, etc. can be used .
The use of laboratory chillers is mainly divided into two categories. In the first category, when a product or device needs a cooling chiller for its operation, first, manufacturers must use a laboratory chiller to estimate the amount of heat loss of the device, then according to the results obtained, I bought special chillers for cooling. For example, when producing a radar to measure the capacity of heatsinks, manufacturers use a laboratory chiller to calculate the heat loss of a part of the electronic components used in the radar and according to the total radar heat loss. Calculate the total, at this stage, radar manufacturers can purchase and supply the required chiller according to the heat loss of the entire device.
In the second category, laboratory chillers in universities, research and scientific centers are used to cool research samples in closed or open cycle.
Laboratory chillers are available in two types of positive temperature and negative temperature. At negative temperature, ethylene liquid is used for cooling up to -50 degrees.
Types of laboratory chillers
Circulator chillers are divided into compression and absorption types and are used in different sizes. In some cases, they are also classified according to the body material, type of controller and temperature range .
What are the parts of a standard chiller?
Circulator chillers usually have a temperature controller and timer, which in advanced models, features such as programming and alarms for errors or problems in the device .
What points to consider when buying a laboratory chiller
Things to consider when choosing chillers are: in general, the required cooling capacity, the volume of the cooling tank, the type of liquid being circulated, the liquid pressure, the liquid flow, the accuracy of the temperature controller, the accuracy of temperature control, the maximum temperature and the minimum Temperature
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